If you believe the mainstream media, it's millennials that are going out and spreading COVID-19. That is, if you believe those talking points.
New research shows that the older demographics are actually the ones returning to restaurants and bars more than millennials. Houston restaurant consultant Jonathan Horowitz says it's helping local restaurants recover from the spring.
"It's a slow, steady increase. There are still a lot of people who are wary of going out to restaurants and bars," Horowitz said.
And COVID guidelines are being followed.
"There has not been much of an issue with compliance. Everyone understands that wearing a mask is helpful," Horowitz explained.
Zenreach says the biggest increase in restaurant and bar traffic is from 55 to 64 years olds, which of course is not what the mainstream media is saying.